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ST. JOHN’S, N.L. — Two communities in central Newfoundland and Labrador have new inexpensive housing items for seven households in want of a house.
Six of the newly constructed homes are on Brown Crescent in Gander with a mixture of one- and two-bedroom items together with three totally accessible items on the bottom flooring.
The opposite constructing in Peterview is a two-bedroom ground-level residence.
“This initiative marks an necessary preliminary step in a complete plan to handle housing challenges in Gander,” mentioned Mayor Percy Farwell.
“Housing performs a foundational position in shaping a rising group that’s inclusive, the place all residents have entry to protected, accessible, and inexpensive houses.”
All homes are owned and operated by the provincial housing company, coming at a price of roughly $1.52 million cut up between the provincial and federal governments in direction of the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador bilateral housing settlement underneath the Nationwide Housing Technique.